myGCSEscience vs save my exams vs snaprevise --- which one is the best Watch

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I'm going into Year 10 and I started my GCSE course in Year 9. I chose triple science and I'm struggling in it. I've heard a lot of things about, my GCSE science, save my exams and snaprevise but I'm definitely not going to pay for all and I'm only going to choose one so which one should i choose
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I did triple science for GCSE but I found GetRevising very helpful for all my subjects. It's free and you can make your own revision resources, use other people's resources, choose your exam board and choose what type of resource works best for you. It even creates a revision timetable for you, working around the school day and any extra-curricular activities and holidays you have planned.
Another great one is Quizlet, where you can make and share flashcards for any subject. It can make games, quizzes and printable flashcards for you to revise from. Lots and lots of people use Quizlet, so you can follow as many other students or teachers on there as you want to get access to all of their resources too. Both of these are free and can be downloaded as apps for your phone, which is so helpful as they send you reminders of tests and study time.
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Thanks that was really helpful! however, i would like to know which one is better
(Original post by Ktm862)
I did triple science for GCSE but I found GetRevising very helpful for all my subjects. It's free and you can make your own revision resources, use other people's resources, choose your exam board and choose what type of resource works best for you. It even creates a revision timetable for you, working around the school day and any extra-curricular activities and holidays you have planned.
Another great one is Quizlet, where you can make and share flashcards for any subject. It can make games, quizzes and printable flashcards for you to revise from. Lots and lots of people use Quizlet, so you can follow as many other students or teachers on there as you want to get access to all of their resources too. Both of these are free and can be downloaded as apps for your phone, which is so helpful as they send you reminders of tests and study time.
Hope this helps!
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If you struggle to understand concepts, i think GetRevising is better as you can see how other people explain things, but if you understand things yet struggle to remember them, Quizlet is probably the better option. I have both and mostly use Quizlet as all my friends have it so we share sets with each other
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Thanks that was really helpful! however, i would like to know which one is better
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I did triple science and I mainly used the mygscsescience youtube videos and a revision my school got for us and it worked a treat but not 100% sure if the videos are up to date for the new GCSE style
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I'm going into Year 10 and I started my GCSE course in Year 9. I chose triple science and I'm struggling in it. I've heard a lot of things about, my GCSE science, save my exams and snaprevise but I'm definitely not going to pay for all and I'm only going to choose one so which one should i choose
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